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What are emotions for and why do we have them?

There isn’t an emotional body or a mental body because emotions are used by the physical and spiritual bodies to communicate with each other. This is done through the thought processes of the mind. Therefore emotions are tools used by the physical and spiritual bodies to communicate via the mind or mental processes.

Intuitive Nature takes you through a journey of discovery about emotions and how they are used by the physical and spiritual bodies to achieve their agendas.

The physical body is a three dimensional body used in the physical world to experience the five senses of sight, sound, smell touch and taste through various aspects and for a limited period of time.

The spiritual body is a body of energy that collects and experiences information through many physical bodies to expand its Intuitive Knowledge and is done so over an indefinite period of time.

The mind is not a body, there is not a mental body. The mind processes information that is gathered from the physical body and blends it with the ideals from the spiritual body to create thought. The mind is therefore an area of process not a body.

Emotions are energy in motion which are used to direct or guide the processes of the mind. They are a tool that the physical and spiritual bodies use to communicate with via the mind. Emotions are tools just like electricity is a tool, they are both energy in motion with a positive and negative aspect.

It is through the emotions that an understanding is created and that eventual understanding becomes Intuitive Knowledge or a ‘Knowing’. Intuition is ‘Deep Seated Knowing’. A Knowing that may have been developed over many, many lifetimes, through various physical incarnations and it stored within the spirit.

Intuition is created by the physical body via the thought processes of the mind. It is permanently retained within the spiritual body and this can only be achieved by using emotional energy as the guiding tool.

Emotions are a tool of communication that we need to pay attention too in order of achieving the agendas of both the physical and spiritual bodies.

Susan Jane